"He has a lot of interest from the community," Brackenridge notes. "We just haven't seen him get a lot of visits since he's been back."
But while his heart has proven bullet-proof, it's not, as caregivers noted, murmur-proof.
"He's going to be on medication to support his heart for the rest of his life," Brackenridge says.
The shelter is looking to find a home for Beefcakes in the Boulder County area, so staff can deliver him directly to his lucky new adoptive family.